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states supreme court as part of this. they opened the floodgates. it upheld the indiana law. there was not one iota of evidence introduced here. following 2010, a summit people stayed home. 25 million people who voted in 2008 did not of the ticket- estimated the majority was over obama voters. what happened was that this open the floodgates for these republican legislators to take control. instead of doing the job. instead of dealing with homelessness. instead filling with foreclosures. the number one priority has been to pass this voter rejection laws. they will continue to have political domination you not be able to vote. of we will slam the door to ensure our political government. they're passing these walls. you can only vote if you have one particular form of a voter identification. that is a driver's license or identification. most states allow you to share different items. he can show your student id. you can show your college id. you can share your utility bills. it is good enough to get them elected. now they want to slam the door and make it hard. it is estimated
. jenna: from washington d.c. we take you out to indiana, new developments in the murders of five people there. police are questioning a career criminal, they describe now as a person of interest in the case. harris faulkner is at the breaking news desk. it looks like there might be a little bit of a break in the case, harris. >> reporter: what we're watching right now is that the sheriff is trying to calm everybody's nerves in franklin county, indiana in saying he feels that this was not a random bit of violence. he says that is important for the community to know that they are safe. this has sent shock waves through the community. you are looking at 46-year-old david isom. he was picked up tuesday evening after an investigation into an unrelated case. in the middle of interviewing this man they found some things that led them to believe they should search his home. that is 25 miles away from where the killings had happened. when they got to the scene the indiana police say they feel like they got some information that could link him to the five killings. it was a family of four and a n
, illinois, ohio, indiana, louisiana and florida. and so now the majority says they are going to pay for this bill. how? by ending a program that has created jobs. that's the reality. it cuts it off. even though there are applications pending that will create thousands of more jobs in the manufacturing base of this country. in indiana, missouri, ohio, california, michigan and other states. it's inexcusable. it's inexcusable. mr. woodall: will the gentleman yield? mr. levin: yes. mr. woodall: you may have some information that we didn't have in the rules committee. my understanding is that this program, which has billions that were appropriated in 2008 and have not yet been spent -- mr. levin: all right. you've been misinformed. you've been misinformed. there are millions -- millions and millions of dollars that are already in the pipeline to be spent and applications for the balance of that money. that's a fact. and so if you've been misinformed i suggest you go back to the rules committee and take another look at this. this is an anti-jobs bill when we needs jobs in the united state
weekly series "the contenders." live from his home in indiana, friday at 8:00 p.m. eastern. it a preview about him on the special website for the series, c-span.org/thecontenders. >> you should always start with an assumption if a politician or a ceo is saying something, they are not telling you the truth. they may be telling you the truth but the burden should be on them to prove it. >> he was an eagle scout, was briefly and editor of "mother jones" and created one of the three best-selling documentaries of all time, and his latest memoir is "here comes trouble." on "in-depth" you can call or tweet michael moore. then on october 3, the supreme court will start hearing oral arguments on whether states can be sued for failing to pay the required rate set by the medicaid act. on friday hear a similar case from 1990 arguing states cannot be sued by private parties to enforce medicaid compliance. arguing for the united states, supporting virginia governor wilder, the justice john roberts -- >> returning to the language of the statute. that language specified the state medicaid plan must prov
, one a boy from indiana, the other a girl from pennsylvania. the particular strain identified in late august has they ever been seen before. both children thankfully have recovered. for more information on this and other health stories, you can check out the health page at msnbc.com. >>> on the eve of their nfl season opener, the news is not good for peyton manning and the indianapolis colts. here's mario solis. >> hey there, good morning. we start with news from the nfl. colts quarterback peyton manning is recovering slower than expected from off-season neck surgery, and according to sources, could need another procedure. in essence, he's out indefinitely. to the diamond controversy between the phillies and marlins. the shot to right, brian peterson is there, yet can't make the catch. but wait, peterson says he's interfered with, and he's right. a fan reaches over the wall to grab the baseball. umpires review it and call the out on fan interference. to the 14th, tied at four. bases loaded and david herndon walks in the winning run. nothing going right for the phils. two days after su
better. >>> it is 5 9 degrees and cloudy >> a chilling scene is caught in indiana as a naked woman escapes her kidnapper. witnesss say a man caught up to her and dragged her back out to a car. police arrive in time to block the vehicle and arrest the man. she is identified as the woman's father and is now charged with criminal confinement and batter ri >>> the investigation continues into a fire abroad a cruise ship. two remembers died. all 200 passengers were evacvisited. someuated. some thought it was a drill. >> my husband opened the door and black smoke was rolling down the hall way. at this moment the captain said, everyone leave now. >> right now teams are trying to stabilize the ship to prevept it from sinking. >>> a cigarette bud leads detectives to a man that murdered a 91-year-old woman. >> reporter: what happens on august 3rd still gives irene nightmares. wjz was there moments after she found her 91-year-old mother stabbed to death. since then she 0008has prayed every night >> that god would uncover this man, bring it to the light and that he would get the justice that i
will have an update from the scene. >>> a miracle recovery six weeks after indiana's stage collapse, hear one woman's incredible story and why it is even surprising her doctors. >>> days away from another shutdown. what happens if the government , >>> >>> it is 5:37. 78 degrees, cloudy. we continue to follow breaking news from west baltimore. firefighters are battling a three alarm fire inside a tire store. smoke can be seen for miles. captain mike perry we want to ask you, do you have any idea of toxicity of the smoke coming from these tires? >> no, i don't. i don't have a lot of experience. i know it is real, thick, black and accurate. we have seen several tire dumps burn before, they just burn for days, sometimes. in this case this roof has completely collapsed now. firefighters had this surrounded. they had it contained to the block of the actual place where the fire occurred. they have it contained in that format. everything inside of it continues to rage. you see very, very large balls of flame coming out of the top, sometimes sleeping 70 to 100 feet in the air. they are putting as
to these kind of voter id laws, when it upheld the indiana voter id law in the crawford case. despite the fact that there wasn't one iota, not one, not even an inch of evidence, introduced that law that anything that helps and prevents voter fraud. following 2010 when so many people sent home, think about it, folks. 25 million people who voted in 2008 did not vote in 2010. and out of that 25 million, it's estimated majority of those were obama voters. so what happened was that this open the floodgates for these republican legislatures to take control, and what they've been doing ever since is instead of, instead of doing their job, instead of dealing with homelessness, instead of dealing with foreclosures, their number one priority has been to pass these voter restriction laws. and the purpose is so that they continue to have political domination by saying, okay, in 2010 you chose not to vote. but in 2012, you're not going to be able to vote. we are going to slam the door and ensure our political dominance. so what they are doing is passing these laws. we are saying you can only vote if you ha
, and the rest of them. host: we will leave it there. ron paul coming up again on twitter this morning. indiana. tom, good morning de caller: good morning. host: what do you think about the field? caller: i like herman cain. because i watched him on tv last week and he mentioned something i don't think a lot of people know -- the government is raiding social security to pay for a lot of other programs. and if they stayed out of that, social security would never go broke. and i would like to see a republican -- herman cain, ron paul, are anybody say, let's get out of the wars within one month or two months and stop wasting our money over there because it is not appreciated. i don't like ron paul's -- watching the debate, the last one, where he says get rid of minimum-wage. it would not create more jobs for poor people. what does he want them working for? $2 an hour? is that how we are going to compete with china? another thing, i don't see anybody in my party going after china on how they are cheating us all the time. they are stealing everything. host: mr. cain getting a lot of activity on twit
39,000 jobs in california, delaware, illinois, indiana, kentucky, ohio, michigan, missri, and tennessee. some have suggested that this program has been slow to spend emergency funding provided in the f.y. 2009 c.r. i say the loan review process is and ought to be strenuous. one company, tesla, originally applied under a different loan program in 2006 and received an atvm loan in 2010. it requires four years of due diligence to review to qualify for the loan and having read many of the press releases that went out when there was another d.o.e. program that was not -- that had ran into difficulties, i didn't note anybody there saying we shouldn't take time for due diligence. due diligence is required. by the way, the company in questi, tess la, employed -- tesla, employed about 400 workers before reiving the loan. today they have 1,400 employees in the fields of engineering, research and development, design, manufacturing, assembly, maintenance, service, sales, and support. the atvm program has an additional 18 loan applications in progress that are projected to create 50,0
. indiana, kevin on our line for independents. go ahead. caller: my name is kevin and i'm 17 years old. and i'm not really educated as much as other people are on the programming. but one thing i do know, that the constitution it was ratified in 1789 to provide a framework for the governing nation composed of 13 separate sovereign states. and now there's over 50 states and so many laws have changed that it's just, i think it's so easy to mask things. like with oil, anything. you can mask it with paperwork. host: even as a 17-year-old there in indiana talk to us about how the significance of the constitution in your daily life. caller: well, i like the second amendment, because i like to hunt and i do believe in the right to bear arms. and another thing is that i'm an independent contractor so i pretty much, i want to be my own business owner and i love the fact that i can do that in the united states. that's honestly, i love the freedoms that we have here. i just think that a lot of the things in the constitution are masked. i don't know. host: thanks for your call. in this morning's n
. the infection involved two children under the age of five, one a boy from indiana, the other a girl from pennsylvania. the particular strain identified in late august has they ever been seen before. both children thankfully have recovered. for more information on this and other health stories, you can check out the health page at msnbc.com. >>> on the eve of their nfl season opener, the news is not good for peyton manning and the indianapolis colts. here's mario solis. >> hey there, good morning. we start with news from the nfl. colts quarterback peyton manning is recovering slower than expected from off-season neck surgery, and according to sources, could need another procedure. in essence, he's out indefinitely. to the diamond controversy between the phillies and marlins. the shot to right, brian peterson is there, yet can't make the catch. but wait, peterson says he's interfered with, and he's right. a fan reaches over the wall to grab the baseball. umpires review it and call the out on fan interference. to the 14th, tied at four. bases loaded and david herndon walks in the winning ru
manufacturers. all of this is produced here in america. in minnesota, illinois, indiana, and those are jobs. so when they prosper, we get a job creation all across america. so thank you, because this is really what we're out here trying to do. because as you grow and prosper, so does america grow and prosper. this brings me to what the president talked about this week. you know, president obama traveled all around the country and visits companies like this. i know he will love to see something like this. >> he is welcome any time. [laughter] >> he understands small business, and it is really in his heart. one of the things you see in the america's jobs act as a focus on small business. for example, the first thing that you see is there's going to be payroll tax relief for small businesses. payroll taxes cut in half. we were talking about, what are you going to do with that money? this is a company that has more growth opportunities, more demand, more pathways in front of it than it has the ability to pursue in the resources to pursue. right away, they said that money can go to more marketing, a
indiana is waiting here. but just a few minutes to speak to it, if i may. the senator from texas has introduced an amendment that really takes an unprecedented step here in the senate, and that is the step of actually requiring the president by mandate with respect to one weapons system, one singular amendment to sell a specific weapon to another country. specifically, the senator wants to take the unprecedented step of requiring the president of the united states to sell 66 new f-16 fighter aircraft to taiwan. now, the amendment mandates the sale of these new aircraft despite the fact that just yesterday, the president and the administration notified the congress of their intention to provide taiwan with nearly nearly $6 billion additional in goods and services on top of money that they have already provided to taiwan, including, mr. president, upgrades to taiwan's current fleet of 145 f-16's. now, i will stand by my record of 26-plus years here of voting for the appropriate defense relationship with respect to taiwan and china, and we have always respected the taiwan relations act,
you, mr. chairman. at this time i yield three minutes to the gentleman from indiana, dr. brew chard. the chair: the gentleman from indiana is recognized for three minutes. mr. bucshon: first let me thank representative hunter and chairman kleine and ranking member miller and others for their hard work and leadership on this legislation. i rise today as a co-sponsor of h.r. 2218, the empowering patients through quality charter schools act. where american education was once a world leader over the past few decades we are losing our advantage. the empowering patients to quality charter schools act will facilitate the development and replication of high performing charter schools that will help america regain its stature as a leader in educating its citizens. charter schools are created through a contract of local education providers that allow flexibility and innovation in educating our children while maintaining the same requirements and accountability of traditional public schools. charter schools are able to bring innovation and special programming into the curriculum that is unique
winds picked >> other nature interrupted at a college football in southern indiana first home game of the season was delayed twice because of lightning the cost to separate evacuation's of the stadium is the university policy to evacuating this stadium if light in is spotted with in 10 mi. of the stadium after all that of drama notre dame lost to southern florida >> a live look outside at the lake tile area everyone is that the lake already the weather looks good >> weather for the bay area for this labor day holiday >> i live look outside at walnut creek we are seeing the sun start to come up it is going to be nice in land . temperatures are slowly warming this is a look of current temperatures right now in the '50s and '60s afternoon highs error be a beautiful day in the south bay area. hamas if pi and why tt your seven day forecast, our temperatures are taking in on tuesday will have our fair share of the sunshine a helme and. >> the home animal care and control and are offering half off on adoption fees through a september 12th because they are overcrowded with dogs home. he br
of the committee, the gentleman from indiana, mr. rokita. mr. rokita: thank you and i thank the gentleman for yielding some time. i rise to give my strong support to this measure. this straightforward legislation before us today prohibits the national labor relations board from dictating what private businesses can and cannot locate jobs in america. mr. speaker, let me say that again. this straightforward legislation before us today prohibits the nlrb from dictating where private businesses can and cannot locate jobs in the united states. it's almost a bizarre situation that we're in. an american company wants to provide american jobs in america and we have an agency of this administration trying to prohibit that. because of recent overreach by the nlrb we unfortunately need to have this legislation, mr. speaker. businesses who want to hire americans in america ought to be able to do so. for americans wondering why jobs are going overseas, it's because there are too many regulations and too many bizarre regulations that are forcing companies out of this country. just so they can stay in b
, mysterious murders rock a quiet rural town in indiana. it all unfolded when good samaritans spotted a child wandering on the road in the town of laurel, 50 miles southeast of indianapolis. that led police to an address where they discovered the body of a man in a house across the street, officers found two men and two women shot dead. right now, it's not clear if the shooter is one of the deceased. a gunman opens fire in the c.i.a. wing of the u.s. embassy in kabul, afghanistan, leaving one american dead. fox news has confirm that the g gunman was an afghan national working for the embassy. this is the third attack in the past two weeks. chris christie's busy fundraising schedule sparking some hope among some republicans he's reconsidering a run for the white house. today, he's stopping in missouri before heading to california and louisiana later in the week. despite speculation, the governor of new jersey has inside numerous times he's staying put as governor of the garden state. you can end up footing the bill for the united nations building. the u.n. is in the final stages of getting a p
you much. >>> in michigan 32% of employers are expanding their work force. indiana is second on the list of states with the best job growth followed by massachusetts, virginia, and minnesota. [ male announcer ] this is the network. a network of possibilities. excuse me? my grandfather was born in this village. [ automated voice speaks foreign language ] [ male announcer ] in here, everyone speaks the same language. ♪ in here, forklifts drive themselves. no, he doesn't have it. yeah, we'll look on that. [ male announcer ] in here, friends leave you messages written in the air. that's it right there. [ male announcer ] it's the at&t network. and what's possible in here is almost impossible to say. ♪ it's got to be a good life >> it may be music to the ears of facebook users. in today's tech watch, the word that the world's most popular social media network will be launching an on-line music svrs, but various reports say facebook won't go it alone. rather, it will partner with existing music services to make it all happen. official word may come at an industry conference lat
notre dame stadium in indiana, a fierce storm swept through the south bend area. the weather became to violent officials evacuated that stadium at halftime and again during the fourth quarter. but the good news, no one was hurt. >>> president obama visits paterson, new jersey, tote one of the areas hardest hi by hurricane irene flooding. thousands of residents forced out of their homes. >> for a couple days this is this area by the towers was flooded and buses couldn't get through, i couldn't get to work. i couldn't get to work for a good two or three days. and it was just a lot of flooding. people couldn't get to work, people couldn't do what they had to do. it got pretty difficult. >> nbc's mara schiavocampo in paterson for us. good sunday morning to you. what exactly will the president be seeing today? >> reporter: well, good morning, alex. he will be touring disaster areas, places that were hard hit by hurricane irene. so surveying some of that damage. thanks to the storm the area saw extensive flooding. it's the worst flooding in more than a century. the passaic river behind me
i.d. texas, kansas, georgia, south carolina, tennessee, indiana, and wisconsin as well. want to bring in michael. executive director for the brennan center for justice at new york center of law and fo former speech writer for president clinton. thank you for joining me. you have supporters of voter i.d. laws saying they are needed to prevent voter fraud at the polls but others say voter i.d. laws will suppress turnout since 12% of eligible voters don't have a photo i.d. how do you strike the right balance? >> that's the thing. as you say, everybody who is eligible to vote should be able to vote and only those people who are eligible to vote should be eligible to vote but we shouldn't erect barriers that keep people with the right to vote from voting. unfortunately this really in many ways unprecedented new wave of laws in the states will likely do that to many, many people. as you said, about 11% of people simply even though they are eligible to vote do not have government issued i.d. >> let's talk about that. we found that number to be -- we found it usually high. what do we
minutes to my colleague from indiana, mr. stutzman. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from indiana is recognized for five minutes. mr. stutzman: thank you, madam speaker, and i'd like to thank the gentleman from new york for yielding. on such an important subject that we're talking about today, i'd like to make a couple of points in reference to what the gentleman from massachusetts just made. in regarding the republican party. and i would say that the republican party did make mistakes at the beginning of this decade. i would say the democrat party has made some mistakes in the last several years. i think there's plenty of blame to go around for both parties in washington. there's a new crew in town, there's 87 new republicans that were elected last november from all across this country who have joined those in our party who are saying, stop the spending. stop the madness. we're working against ourselves, folks. madam speaker, i would say that, you know, we wouldn't have to continue having this discussion if we would stop spending, stop borrowing and then we would focus oe omy. it
and indiana and virginia, they go out and they fight this good fight and to the best they can. as far as nobility, sure, i think that is one reason we don't have a famous great attorney like clarence darrow any more. you tend to get wealthy and as a trial lawyer when you win your first big case, and maybe tara would have ended up this way too but you don't end up representing the attorney for the. maybe was the fact dodaro fell so far in los angeles and had to come back that led them to take a series of cases and is 50s and 60s that we remember him by. i think success store -- spoils great lawyers. >> my name is matt harrington. i think the innocence project is someone representing oj and the work he does in capital defense who is living up to that high standard. i was just going to say i would -- i'm a lawyer and two books one was irving stone's book and very much styles himself as darrow successor. in dealing with darrow as there is this aching desire i have always had to find some place where he feels bad about driving those jurors. [laughter] and i'm wondering if anywhere in that
was the same in south bend, indiana, for notre dame, south florida, and in knoxville for tennessee-montana. fans in and arbor didn't get to see the fourth quarter. michigan's match-up was called off because of lightning. the teams agreed to end the game with the wolverines up dean obeidallah-10. not something fans want to see. jacqui jeras is at the weather center. we know how football fans are. they are into the game. this is opening weekend. better to be safe, right? >> absolutely. it was great to see they actually evacuated some of these stadiums to keep people safe throughout the storm. bummer for football fans. tomorrow is another day. hopefully next weekend we'll get great games in. we are tracking storms still moving across the midwest at this hour. a sliver of a severe thunderstorm watch which includes the det tro metro area. you guys have been pounded with heavy rain, lots of lightning. we've seen strong gusty winds to go along with it. this is the cold front helping to drive all of our weather systems right now across the u.s. this is heading into the eastern great lakes
to yield five minutes to my colleague from indiana, mr. stutzman. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from indiana is recognized for five minutes. mr. stutzman: thank you, madam speaker, and i'd like to thank the gentleman from new york for yielding. on such an important subject that we're talking about today, i'd like to make a couple of points in reference to what the gentleman from massachusetts just made. in regarding the republican party. a i would say that the republican party dimake mistakes at the beginning of this decade. i would say the democrat part has made some mistakes in the last several years. i think there's plenty of blame to go around for both parties in washington. there's a new crew in town, thre's 87 new republicans that were elected last november from all across this country who have joined those in our party who are saying, stop the spending. stop the madness. we're working against ourselves, folks. madam speaker, i would say tha you know, we wouldn't have to continue having this discussion if we would stop spending, stop borrowing and then we would focus on th
. at this time i'm pleased to yield two minutes to a member of the committee, the gentleman from indiana, mr. rokita. mr. rokita: thank you and i thank the gentleman for yielding some time. i rise to give my strong support to this measure. this straightforward legislation before us today prohibits the national lab relations board from dictating what private businesses can and cannot locate jobs in america. mr. speaker, let me say that again. this straightforward legislation before us today prohibits the nlrb from dictating where private businesses can and cannot locate jobs in the united states. it's almost a bizarre situation that we're in. an american company wants to provide american jobs in america and we have an agency of this administration trying to prohibit that. because of recent overreach by the nlrb we unfortunately need to have this legislation, mr. speaker. businesses who want to hire americans in america ought to be able to do so. for americans wondering why jobs are going overseas, it's because there are too many regulations and too many bizarre regulations that are forcing co
marching on a chicago area mosque. nearby in gary, indiana, a mass gunman shot 21 times at a yemeni american clerk. days later a seik man mistaken for an arab american was shot and killed. days later this mosque was shot at. another death threats. following 9/11 reports of hate crimes against arab americans or those perceived to be went up 1,700%. while distrust remains a reality today we found the opposite in one tennessee community. ♪ it's a sunday morning in cordoba, tennessee, and pastor steve stone is rocking along with his congregation. heartsong church just outside memphis sits on a country road directly across the street in a muslim worship center. ♪ when dr. bashar the co-founder of the mem fizz islamic center began construction two years ago, at best he hoped to be ignored, instead pastor stone welcomed the muslims with a surprise. what was your response see a sign like that? >> we saw the sign, we knew that we have good neighbors. >> reporter: good neighbors quickly put to the test. last year, when mic's current building was under construction the muslims needed a pla
florida in south bend indiana. 81,000 seats were cleared twice before the game was suspended this was the stadium's first evacuation in 60 years. >> great video an unbelievable play at wounded warrior amputee celebrity softball game the ball was hit by steve shenaby. he drove one to center but double amputee steve wagee makes a great play, falling backwards. >> he was a guest we had friday. >> that is daryl green great game for a great cause. tucker you had the chance to play as well just stepping out on the field and playing has got to be great but also with these great -- that is christine brennan with the great athletes these wounded warriors are, just a great time. >> incredible athletes what a great opportunity we had a party afterwards, the coach is fantastic they are hitting the big time going all over the country playing big stadiums everywhere they told me, they played in a little town back in ohio a month ago and 5200 people showed up. >> what is this a picture of? >> me at bat. >> you had late in the game a home run. >> yeah, later in the game. >> you a lefty. >> y
but don't want to get hit with that. >>> you remember this horrible scene. the indiana state fair, this was last month, and now the state attorney general's office is saying that 14 people plan on suing over this incident. seven people were killed, 40 others were injured. the stage came down during a windstorm at the fair. investigatorses looking into whether the stage was as strong as it could have or should have been. >>> another comedian apologizing for a rant on stage. this time we are talking about cat williams. he is apologizing for what many see as an anti-mexican rant during a comedy show in phoenix last weekend. here is just a sample of some of what he said that got him into trouble. >> you think i'm ju usa, usa, usa! >> now williams there didn't appear this was part of the routine, appears he was responding to a heckler in the audience. this goes on for about 8 to 10 minutes. we're showing you samples here. here's another bit. williams later did apologize and said, quote, my remarks were not meant to be offensive. i want to apologize if my comedy act was taken out of con
cope, other big pumpkin producing states like illinois, indiana, california and ohio are taking advange of the shortages, forcing farmers like karen to import more pumpkins. >> this year, i did not plan to buy any. >> how many pumpkins will be be outsourcing? >> probably about $15,000 or more. >> in sh season of trick or treating, it's a cool trick by mother nature. >> one cruel summer, indeed. and the scott family tells me they anticipated harvesting 50 tons of pumpkins this year. they'll be lucky if they get ten tons. what does that mean for you and i, the customer? last year at this time they were selling pumpkins for 49 cents a pound. now it's up to 69 cents a pound. who knows where that will be capped. >> thank you. >>> if you're one of the 80 million americans with a smartphone, we're taking a turn here from pumpkins to smartphones. >> the desk has been cleaned, fully. >> it's another scary thing. you should know they can be attacked by the same viruses that can plague your computer. >> this is becoming a bigger issue. here with much needed advice this morning is our "the early sh
here. there is rain way out to the west. we will talk about ohio, indiana, michigan, western portions of tennessee and kentucky, placed like that. so -- places like that. nothing here. there is a warm front, the line here moving eastward. it will bring us warmer temperatures, particularly the middle part of the week. the cold front will bring us showers and thunderstorms off and on during the course of the week as well. today is the quietest day that we have on tap with a mix of clouds and sun. reagan national is reporting a temperature of 60 degrees. relative humidity at 80%. winds out of the east at 9 miles per hour with an easterly flow. we have a coastal flood advisory in effect until 3:00. another day of below normal temperatures with clouds and sun. high in town of 72 degrees. not a bad day at all. enjoy it. >> let's check in with julie wright and the commute. >> i have to tell you bumper to bumper slow. the outer loop is slow past colesville road. the inner loop is unusually slow getting past 29 around new hampshire avenue where w
years later an indiana division of derail industries is looking to the indy 500 for ideas to create what they believe is the safest car seat yet. >> being close to indianapolis really is what inspired us to try to work with them. >> reporter: the answer is in a material similar to the ones used in the race car seats. it's a foam called airprotect, it redices impact by spreading out the force of the collision and it's been put to the test. >> we've concentrated or side impact crashes primarily because they're the most dangerous. in all advances of automotive safety, a lot is up at the front of vehicle. side impact, 18 inches of distance between the side of the vehicle and the occupant. >> reporter: developer, say the key is protecting the child's head and upper torso. >> the design of the seat itself, how we have larger wings out the side, we'll dealing with and addressing the intrusion that happens in a side impact crash. >> reporter: airprotect is on the road now and investors hope crash statistics will be the only thing taking a hit. reynolds wolf, cnn. [ oswald ] there's a lot of disc
on in the world. host: going to danville, indiana next. caller: so many things to talk about that this defense budget -- i was a veteran of 22 years of the navy. i went through cuts during all those times. the military is doing much more with much less. there should be no cuts to defense. when you cut your defense, you're cutting the security of this fine country. as far as the people who blamed bush about going into a rack, the entire congress agreed to go over there yet i remember right and do what we did over there, and what you do not hear from the media is the tons of uranium found at the end of that war and the convoy of things that were going into syria prior to our attack into iraq. i think people need to step up before blaming george bush. it is not just him. a lot of things are going on, ok? you do not go out and tell your enemy what date you are leaving. last night, with this hpv maxine, ovarian cancer is a very dangerous thing. if you had an opt-out to not allow that to your child, that is ok. what about the abortions that children are getting through their schools, where the paren
wisconsin, ohio, indiana. this legislation represents yet another front in the majority's ideological assault against workers' rights across the country. i represent a community with a right to organize was hard won, at the dress shop where my mother sewed collars for pennies, at the gun factories, the aerospace industry, the government offices, and the great universities of my state. the families of my district know from hard-won experience that labor unions fight for employee rights, higher standards, greater equality, security in work and retirement. they help ensure that workplaces and politics are driven by the dreams and the aspirations of working people, not by corporate power and the narrow agenda of the elites. unions were instrumental in forming the broad based middle class in this country, and thanks to decades of systematic efforts to guide their rights, as well as misguided trickle-down policy that never do trickle down. union membership has fallen in our country. middle class workers have been squeezed. their wages have stagnated, their benefits cut, their job security w
in alabama and it's a family in georgia and it's a mom in south carolina and it's a grandmother from indiana and on and on and on. what i want to know is, who is it who is coming to defend that story tonight. i hear in town hall meetings all the time, i know my friend from alabama has the -- hears the same thing, rob, i want you to go up there and fight for what's right. i don't want you to compromise. well, i don't want to compromise on principle. there's no principle i have that i'm interested in compromising on. but i tell folks back home, there's common ground. there's common ground no matter where you sit on the political spectrum, you can see your way clear to this path forward. what i want to know from my colleagues, i wish there were more in the chamber tonight and i'm grate to feel my friend from alabama for putting this hour together, but where are the folks who oppose -- who oppose enforcing the laws. where are the folks who believe that legal immigration is what we don't want and illegal immigration is what we do want? where are the folks who believe that when criminals commit cr
up. martha: on a monday, here's what's developing in america's news raoplt, folks in indiana on high alert after police discovered five dead bodies inside two neighboring homes. investigators are still unsure whether the shooter is on the loose or is among the dead. >>> and with growing concerns over cyber warfare, the pentagon is now looking to protect some private sector networks here in the united states. department of homeland security, now reviewing the plan that would extend protections to power plants, electrical grids, and other critical infrastructure which certainly sounds like a good idea. >>> apparently she's a big bob beckel fan, she's going to be very upset that he hasn't heard of her, lead gaga attend ago fundraise forepresident obama over the weekend, apparently she bought a ticket, about $38,000 for the ticket, she wanted to talk to him about bullying but it's not clear whether or not they got to have that information. bill: i think bob and gaga would get along well. martha: they would get along well. they should meet. we should arrange that. bill: i look forward to
refused comments. the mother of missing indiana university student lauren spierer has written a letter to whoever kidnapped her daughter. in it, she pleads for information writing "do you think this is a game? this is no game. we are in this for the long haul. we will never give up." imagine having to deal with that. 20-year-old lauren disappeared three months ago while walking home from a night out in bloomington and family wants answers. incredible video out of upstate new york as a massive tornado plows through the town of amsterdam. take a look at this. >> oh, my. i can't believe what i'm just -- what i'm seeing. >> that voice you heard was from amateur storm chaser lindsay phillips. she just happened to be driving home when she spotted the twister touching down. initial reports show several homes were damaged. thankfully, nobody was hurt and talk about a job hazard. a photojournalist covering a high speed chase in california becomes part of the story when the suspect speeds off in his car. the journalist's car and that's not the worst of it. >> oh, my god! >> oh, my god. my wi
to understand why your -- why they're acting that way towards a student. host: from kokomo, indiana. bob on the republican line. caller: i am 41-years-old, and my mom was surprised to find out a couple of months ago that i pretty much at all levels in school. she asked why she never knew about it. i said i threw down. i took it back to them and did not allow it. i am just trying to figure out where we went wrong. why did this become such a big issue? the calller from new jersey, i do not know what is going on, she must be sending her sson to school wearing a dress or something. when did this become such an issue? why do we have three different call-in lines. republicans, democrats, and independence? guest: in terms of what we want to recommend that kids do? i think you bring up the issue that many kids do recommend to their kids to fight back or bully back or hit back. sadly, that is not effective strategy. it can increase the risk of harm or both parties when the victim of grasses back in that way. we get into trouble as well it can get suspended -- they can get into trouble as well or
of the hour. a murder mystery in laurel, indiana, may all about drugs. that from the relatives of five people shot to death. it's still unknown if the shooter is among those killed. defense attorneys present closing arguments today in amanda knox's appeal of her murder conviction in italy yesterday. prosecutors showed graphic pictures of meredith kutcher's body. that was her roommate and called knox a demonic she levdevil. knox and her ex-boyfriend insist they are innocent. steve? >> thank you, gretch. president obama's health care law is on the fast track now to the u.s. supreme court. and the law's legality may be decided before the 2012 election. yesterday, the obama administration decided not to ask an atlanta area appeals court to review its decision against the lawmaking the supreme court the next likely landing spot. this comes as more health care waivers may soon be announced. so far, over 1300 companies and unions have been granted waivers from the law's new rules and joining us right now, wyoming senator and orthopedic surgeon, senator john barrasso. good morning to you, senator. >
in indiana? what we have to do and it's hard is put money into infrastructure. i agree with the president on the infrastructure thing. and we've got to have less regulation in the cafe standards and things like that. we need higher gas prices. that's what auto guys will tell you. >> i bring people together. that's what i do. mika also supports r&d. we can all agree on that. >> we agree on that. >> all right. >> we should not argue about cars with the former governor of michigan. >> thank you. jennifer and dan. the book is "a governor's story the fight for jobs and america's economic future." >> we didn't get to the tigers or the lions. >> how about our teams? we're loving it. >> holy cow. >> adorable. all right. coming up. >> i'm sure you made their day. >> pulitzer prize winner ron suskind will be here. keep it here on "morning joe." ♪ ♪ [ multiple sounds making melodic tune ] ♪ [ male announcer ] at northrop grumman, every innovation, every solution, comes together for a single purpose -- to make the world a safer place. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman. [ horn ho
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